Saturday, November 7, 2009

Administering a Form of Justice(16)

Sometimes, justice awards its benevolence in a parade depicting fairness and morality, thus shoving to the background the reality of a person who suffers in his quest to attain natural freedom. The benevolence awarded by justice takes the form of freedom from dreary prison cells, from exile, or compensation for the injustices inflicted on a person by others who adore the power of intimidating and ridiculing honesty.

The halls of justice are a parody of their own images. The lenience and disregard for suffering is never justified and no person has been compensated for the years languishing in confinement, for there is nothing equivalent to the time spent tortured into mulling over whether justice is rational enough to recognise innocence in a trial that should have never commenced.

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